Under the Skin - Scarlett Johansson

Under the Skin (2014)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - April 11th, 2014 - Movie Reviews

“Under the Skin” doesn’t apologize for being difficult, it embraces the fact, everything inside its cinematic shell a roller-coaster of emotional tumult worthy of being ridden multiple times.

“Under the Skin” doesn’t apologize for being difficult, it embraces the fact, everything inside its cinematic shell a roller-coaster of emotional tumult worthy of being ridden multiple times.

Nick Frost in "Cuban Fury" eOne Entertainment

Cuban Fury Interview: Nick Frost

by Sara Michelle Fetters - April 11th, 2014 - Interviews

Nick Frost Dances His Way to Redemption in ‘Cuban Fury’. Sprung forth from an idea that had been lingering on the forefront of actor Nick Frost’s brain for some time, ‘Cuban Fury’ is a Salsa-fueled romantic comedy that’s one part Strictly Ballroom, another part Rocky and final part Four Weddings and a Funeral.

Nick Frost Dances His Way to Redemption in ‘Cuban Fury’. Sprung forth from an idea that had been lingering on the forefront of actor Nick Frost’s brain for some time, ‘Cuban Fury’ is a Salsa-fueled romantic comedy that’s one part Strictly Ballroom, another part Rocky and final part Four Weddings and a Funeral.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier (2014)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - April 4th, 2014 - Movie Reviews

If it had been 20 minutes shorter, had the filmmakers not been so encumbered by the need to maintain fidelity to the MCU, I think it is safe to say Captain America: The Winter Soldier would be the best Marvel movie thus far.

If it had been 20 minutes shorter, had the filmmakers not been so encumbered by the need to maintain fidelity to the MCU, I think it is safe to say Captain America: The Winter Soldier would be the best Marvel movie thus far.

Anita (2014)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - April 4th, 2014 - Movie Reviews

Insightful Anita a Rousing Call to Action In just 77-minutes, Academy Award-winner Freida Lee Mock (Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision) manufactures an absolutely essential piece of documentary cinema with Anita. More than just a two-plus decades later recounting of the events that made Anita Hill a household name, the movie is a magnificently effective […]

Insightful Anita a Rousing Call to Action In just 77-minutes, Academy Award-winner Freida Lee Mock (Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision) manufactures an absolutely essential piece of documentary cinema with Anita. More than just a two-plus decades later recounting of the events that made Anita Hill a household name, the movie is a magnificently effective […]

Cheap Thrills (2014)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - April 4th, 2014 - Movie Reviews

Nothing Cheap About These Bleakly Satirical Thrills a SIFF 2013 review Cheap Thrills is the best movie you are likely going to be too scared to see. An eviscerating satirical assault on financial disparity and the smug, narcissistic tendencies of a seemingly uncaring elite coupled with the anything-goes neediness of a working class oftentimes willing […]

Nothing Cheap About These Bleakly Satirical Thrills a SIFF 2013 review Cheap Thrills is the best movie you are likely going to be too scared to see. An eviscerating satirical assault on financial disparity and the smug, narcissistic tendencies of a seemingly uncaring elite coupled with the anything-goes neediness of a working class oftentimes willing […]

The Wolf of Wall Street

by Sara Michelle Fetters - April 2nd, 2014 - Blu-ray and DVD

The Wolf of Wall Street showcases Martin Scorsese at the height of his cinematic powers, and as difficult as the movie can be at times, and as long as it is, this is still an uncompromising, deeply fascinating satirical black comedy I’m certain to be revisiting multiple times in the very near future.

The Wolf of Wall Street showcases Martin Scorsese at the height of his cinematic powers, and as difficult as the movie can be at times, and as long as it is, this is still an uncompromising, deeply fascinating satirical black comedy I’m certain to be revisiting multiple times in the very near future.

Cesar Chavez (2014)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - March 28th, 2014 - Movie Reviews

Peña’s Virtuoso Performance Gives Cesar Chavez Life It’s hard to believe there hasn’t been a movie made about the life of renowned 1960’s union organizer and human rights crusader Cesar Chavez. Granted, sad to say I’m one of the many who know the name but know precious little about the man himself, his accomplishments as […]

Peña’s Virtuoso Performance Gives Cesar Chavez Life It’s hard to believe there hasn’t been a movie made about the life of renowned 1960’s union organizer and human rights crusader Cesar Chavez. Granted, sad to say I’m one of the many who know the name but know precious little about the man himself, his accomplishments as […]

Ernest & Célestine (2014)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - March 28th, 2014 - Movie Reviews

Beauteous Ernest & Célestine C’est Magnifique France’s Ernest & Célestine was up against both Disney’s Frozen (the eventual winner) and Hayao Miyazaki’s The Wind Rises for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. I had not seen it before the Oscars had been handed out so I couldn’t really say whether or not it deserved […]

Beauteous Ernest & Célestine C’est Magnifique France’s Ernest & Célestine was up against both Disney’s Frozen (the eventual winner) and Hayao Miyazaki’s The Wind Rises for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. I had not seen it before the Oscars had been handed out so I couldn’t really say whether or not it deserved […]

Noah (2014)

by Sara Michelle Fetters - March 28th, 2014 - Movie Reviews

Ambitious Noah an Imaginative Biblical Epic It is doubtful there will be a more ambitious film that Darren Aronofsky’s Noah released this year. A Biblical epic unlike anything I’ve seen before, the movie is an eye-popping take on faith and family that’s a much a treatise on theological dogma as it is a disaster epic […]

Ambitious Noah an Imaginative Biblical Epic It is doubtful there will be a more ambitious film that Darren Aronofsky’s Noah released this year. A Biblical epic unlike anything I’ve seen before, the movie is an eye-popping take on faith and family that’s a much a treatise on theological dogma as it is a disaster epic […]

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